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Dr. Alwash, an Iraqi surgeon who was once a refugee himself, visits a patient who was wounded in his arm, chest, and leg. “All our patients are newly injured in this conflict,” he says, usually by bombs or gunshots. “Our work mainly concentrates first on saving lives—surgical procedures that can save lives or save limbs.” Coming next week: “The Reach of War,” a look at the human face of the conflict in Syria.